The Great Connection Festival

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On Sunday 31st January 2021, The Great Connection Festival is taking place between 2 pm – 6 pm. The innovative event is delivered through Zoom, aiming to bring people together virtually across 5 channels: Talks, Movement, Arts, Music and Conversation. Proceeds from the festival go to Olly’s Future which is a charity founded in memory of Olly Hare, whose aims are to prevent suicide and promote better mental wellbeing.

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Olly Hare with his very close friend Ayesha.

The festival features 32+ speakers, musicians, fitness instructors, comedians and artists including the immersive dance party, Morninggloryville, and award-winning theatre company, Les Enfants Terribles. Now into our third lockdown, there’s never been a more crucial time to feel connected and to prioritise our mental health.

Morning Gloryville is an immersive morning dance party. Pioneering sober morning raves.
Les Enfants HQ delve into their creative minds and imaginations to produce new pieces of innovative immersive theatre fit for everyone to enjoy and indulge in during these testing times.

Tickets for The Great Connection Festival can be purchased following the link: https://www.thegreatconnectionfestival.com/

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